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Jan 25, 2013 11:00pm EST
actual man macbeth and the reigning king duncan that he kills in the play? champion: in shakespeare's account of duncan's death, macbeth is very much the tyrant, the deceitful host who murders his godly king in his sleep. in fact, we know that macbeth defeated duncan on the battlefield and it's more than likely that in that particular episode duncan was the aggressor. so he was invading macbeth's kingdom, and macbeth did as all good kings of their own lands would do-- defend his own rights and privileges. so in one sense, duncan's death was just a casualty of war. so macbeth does not display the sort of deceit and traitorous treason that shakespeare delivers to us in the play. hawke, voice-over: well, the question i wonder about is how much of a historian was shakespeare? did he just kind of know a few names and make this stuff up or did he study it and deliberately do it? is this what he kind of thought happened? did somebody tell him a story about how macbeth was actually a bad guy and so he just ran with it, or-- that i'd be curious to know. it's true shakespeare had a reputation f
Jan 9, 2013 6:00pm EST
including dave silverman, duncan, there's some others i'll mention. let me start downtown character. when can you start wanting to did the general mcchrist crystal article. what was the first time somebody suggested it to you? >> guest: honestly the first time i had the idea in 2005 in baghdad. i said, wouldn't it be interesting to do something with general casey. hang out in the command and get general george casey. i thought wouldn't it be interesting to get inside the command and do an embedded in the same way accustomed to doing it with the troops with the grunts the solder on the -- solider on the ground. there's a firsthand reporting what they are saying on the ground. capturing their ideosink sei. how they speak their fear, their love, their desire. all this experience war for the low level grunteds. and that seeds grew over the years, and i thought about trying do do a profile on general david petraeus. i would end up doing it anyway. i saw general mccrystal was getting very interesting coverage and i just sensed there was a bigger story there. reading between the lines of s
Jan 1, 2013 5:30am EST
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Jan 17, 2013 4:00am PST
installation. the u.s. has condemned the action as a terrorist attack. nbc's duncan golestani is in cairo with the latest. duncan, we are hearing reports of hostages having escaped, what do you know about that? >> reporter: yeah, mara, a lot of developments in the last 20 minutes. the so he shouassociated press americans have escaped from the complex, but we are also hearing from a news agency saying algerian helicopters have also bombed the complex where the hostages have being held. no more information than that and no more confirmation i should add. we do know during the morning there has been the algerian army surrounding the desert. some of them have been going to a news channel and some of the hostages are said to have been hurt, and others say they are being treated well by their captors, but we must remember the circumstances in which they are speaking. >> thank you for that update, duncan. >>> french military forces tried to rescue denise alex held by al shabob since 2009. the group announced this morning on twitter that he was actually executed last night. >>> more boeing
Jan 26, 2013 11:15pm EST
background checks for gun sales. speakers include lawmakers and arne duncan. >> this is about gone safety, fewer dead americans, fewer dead children, fewer children living in fear. >> the gun lobby can be stopped, my friends, they can be stopped. >> reporter: a smaller progun rally driving -- drawing less of a crowd on the mall. protestors fear their second amendment rights are in danger and they believe that people with mental health issues, not guns, are the problem. >> the thing is this is not about school shootings. the school shootings can be stopped, but it's not by taking away the right to bear arms from legitimate law abiding citizens. >> reporter: new gun laws are beginning to be introduced and face tough opposition in congress. in new york, anna coyman, fox news. >>> the news edge on d.c. now where police are searching for the gunman who shot five people at a night club overnight and that happened at 2:30 this morning in northwest. the police say four men and one woman were hurt. employees at the club can't believe a violent crime would happen in their neighborhood. >> everyone
Jan 24, 2013 12:30am PST
arnie's duncan's primary advisor. before she joined the department of education she was vice president of the education trust in washington, dc and was the founding executive of education trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. as i said, our moderator is not always our lieutenant governor, of course he needs to introduction -- no, i get to say something. i get to say something. as everyone in this room knows, youngest mayor in 100 years, right? youngest mayor in 100 years when he was elected 10 years ago and he has remained an effective and v
Jan 10, 2013 5:00am EST
critically important we act. >> south carolina congressman jeff duncan fired back at the white house yesterday releasing a statement, saying quote, the founding fathers never envisions executives orders being used to restrict our constitution rights. >>> governor cuomo yesterday on the state of the state. >> no one hunts with an assault rivals. no one needs ten bullets to kill a deer. >> one of the most controversial portions of the debate over gun safety involves whether or not schoolteachers should be armed. ed schultz asked one teacher why she felt compelled to purchase a gun after the newtown school shooting. >> i want to have options for that situation. i think the world is changing. it's -- it's not safe and we see these kinds of situations happen over and over and i -- when i first heard, i thought, wow, i wish i could have a gun, because i didn't know i could. and after i heard about the training and the course i learned that i could, i thought, you know what, this is something that i want to learn about. >> be sure to watch the ed show weeknights at 8:00 eastern right
Jan 2, 2013 10:30am PST
, although the aboriginal affairs minister, john duncan, has expressed concern for health and encourage her to stop this. where is this headed? >> think about -- john duncan says he has tried seven times to contact her. he tries to contact her by fax or by letter and she is in a teepee on victoria island. everyone in the world knows where she is and everyone in the world has gone to go visit her. it's like saying want to talk to my son and sam going to send a letter and smoke signals but not actually go to his room and talk to him. >> what happens? >> chief terry suspense is not alone. this idle no more movement and activists and first nation's leader is all working in tandem. if canada does not come to the tables and, you are going to see a coordinated, national effort in very short order because of three suspense's weakening condition that will make them reconsider just how important we are in this country and how many canadians will stand beside us. this impact canadians and americans. >> is a hunger strike the way to achieve those goals? >> she is also doing a sacred fast. this part of
Jan 15, 2013 5:00pm EST
from south carolina seek recognition? mr. duncan: i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 5 printed in house report 113-1 offered by mr. duncan of south carolina. the chair: pursuant to house resolution 23, the gentleman from south carolina, mr. duncan, and a member opposed, each will control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from south carolina. mr. duncan: thank you, madam speaker. this is an $16 trillion is greater than our nation's economy exceeding our g.d.p. and we have on the floor floor toda legislation that calls upon our children and grandchildren even greater burdens of debt. it's time to end the credit card economics. we simply cannot afford to spend money that we are borrowing from countries like china on-line items we don't need and constitution isn't authorized to spend. my amendment strips one line item out of this bill. this is really low-hanging fruit. the sandy relief effort was increased by $1 million to boost the legal services corporation, massacre aiding as disaster relief
Jan 14, 2013 3:00pm EST
reality is the reason duncan and i decided to get together is we believe we can grow the top line of this company. you have a trend going on in the world now where more and more over the counter markets and unlisted businesses are coming to the exchanges due to dodd frank and that similar kind of legislation going through europe and asia. and we want to position ourselves in the financial area where we can be the beneficiaries of that movement. >> so in terms of revenue synergies that's the point. you don't want a lot of overlap. >> that's exactly right. and we've seen in our industry particularly and nyse specifically it's been hard to put these mergers together. if you look at our two businesses as we sit here today, we have no overlap which we think will help put the businesses together. >> putting those together in terms of operating and where the overlap is. what kind of cost cuts can you manage? what do you think the opportunity is there? >> well, for us we'll have two networks we can go down to one. we'll have data centers we can combine. so there's a lot of just stuff incumbe
Jan 12, 2013 11:00pm PST
nieve y es usualmente en la noche que se presenta, dice el oficial duncan que además nos indica que hay que poner enfasis a la hora de cruzar un puente o un árbol muy frondoso. >>> hay que siempre ver cómo están las carreteras antes de cruzar. >>> es la profesión de javier estar atento a qué pasa en la carretera, sin embargo no se puede predecir que se encuentre con el temido hielo negor, así que si esto ocurre. >>> tiene que mantener la calma, quitar el pie del acelerador, y bajo ninguna circunstancia frenar de manera intempestiva. >>> tome su tiempo, que no manejen muy rápido, vayan vigilando todo, teléfonos, que no anden hablando en el teléfono, un descuidado en el hielo negro y se acaba todo. >>> hay que concudir con mucha precaución, la influenza ha alcanzo proporciones epidémicas en estados unidos, en el estado estudio california los casos de gripe han ido aumentando, las autoridades aclararon que no hay escasez de vacuna, por lo cual la exhortación es que los residentes se vacunen. >>> pero además de vacunarse los médicos recomiendna lavarse las manos, si usted tose
Jan 10, 2013 4:30am EST
jeff duncan fired back at the white house yesterday releasing a statement saying the founding fathers never envisioned executive orders being used to restrict our constitutional rights. we live in a republic, not a dictatorship. >>> meanwhile, in new york, governor cuomo proposed a stricter assault ban in his state of the address. >> no one hunts with ansa assault rifle. no one needs ten bullets to cull a deer and too many innocent people have died already. >>> well, according to a new health study, americans under 50 live shorter and unhealthier lives than people of other developed countries. researchers have found that health in the u.s. lags behind 16 other nations including those in europe, australia and japan and canada. americans die from drugs, stds or other things. however, the americans fell better in cancer rates and cholesterol control. >>> in colorado, the preliminary hearing for james holmes has ended after the ramp camp that left 12 people ted and 15 wounds. prosecutors displayed images that he took before the shooting. >> reporter: are a last-minute surprise. james holm
Jan 17, 2013 12:30am PST
the presidency, he has used the good offices of secretary duncan and the attorney general to make sure we send a very clear message as a federal government that we are all in this together, that bullying is indeed not a rite of passage and as you said so correctly and so eloquently, superintendent, that kids can't learn if they don't feel safe. kids can't learn if they can't be themselves. kids can't learn if they are afraid to turn the corner for fear that somebody is going to hurt them. kids can't learn if they perceive that their teachers and administrators don't have their back when something happens. and that's why we're here. that's why we're together. because we're here to get off the dance floor for a day and on to the balcony, to reflect on what the best practices are, to listen and learn from each other and to do when end of the day, superintendent, i would respectfully submit, precisely what that kid asked you yesterday, to walk out of here and ask ourselves, what can we do differently and better? what did we learn? how can we apply evidence-based practices to the work that
Jan 16, 2013 11:30pm PST
opening shops in california. the company says california is number 1 for grocery sales and duncan's bagged coffee. but bay area enthusiastics will still have to travel south. right now, there are no plans for any duncan donut stores here in northern california. >>> the greenest, and meanest vehicles on the road, plus -- >> you can see the great highway needs repaving, but that is not all the city plans to do. the transformation in the works for the great highway. >> plus, tomorrow morning, warmer weather is in the works. the two warmest days on chief the two warmest days on chief meteorologist bill mart you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have the wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪ [ female announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for six months. at&t. real big
Jan 19, 2013 8:00am PST
antonio, 1997. playing without jeff curry and first quarter. tim duncan, throwing down. warriors led by 10 in the first quarter. gary closes the gap and hits a 3 at the buzzer. golden state up by 3. david lee had 22. jared starting in place of curry too much and tim duncan and tony parker donate what parker does. he had 25. 25th straight loss to san antonio. >>> women, welcome to the show. sta stanford hosting and in traffic, junior with 42nd career double-double. cardinals 75-49. hand the bruins first loss. >>> giants first full squad workout of spring training is less than a month away. they will arrive in arizona in good mood. they all arbitration and received one-year deal. national league mvp getting $8 million and posey spent the day hanging with yogi berra. $8 million and chatted with him. and reverend, instrumental in san francisco's world series run >>> join me tonight at 5:00 and 6:00, mike shumann reports live on the eve of the title gamer. >> katie: we have been getting lots of 49er fan photos from viewers. bruce higgins took this picture in pacifica when it was 49ers' pr
Jan 16, 2013 10:00pm PST
sales and duncan's bagged coffee. but bay area enthusiastics will still have to travel south. right now, there are no plans for any duncan donut stores here in northern california. >>> the greenest, and meanest vehicles on the road, plus -- >> you can see the great highway needs repaving, but that is not all the city plans to do. the transformation in the works for the great highway. >> plus, tomorrow morning, warmer weather is in the works. the two warmest days on chief meteorologist bill martin's five-day forecast. >> a reminder, you can get caste news to go. click on the live icon, and watch live. >>> san francisco's great highway is getting a makeover. jana katsuyama tells us about a repaving project that begins this week. >> it's the western edge of san francisco where tourists and locals come to see ocean beach. city officials say now, the great highway, running along the spectacular sea escape will get a makeover, with a street escape project. >> better amenities, maybe some street furniture. a lot more landscaping, better streetlighting. >> construction crews began staging t
Jan 19, 2013 6:00am PST
straight game with the ankle injury. first quarter tim duncan, the splitter and throwing down. warriors led by ten in the first quarter. they close the gap, hit the three at the buzzer. move to the third quarter. golden state up three. david lee, two-handed slush. he had 22. jared jack starting in lays of curry once again. show right, go left. 20 points, 10 assists for jack. too much timmy time late. timmy duncan. the five-point lead and tony parker doing what tony parker does. he had a game high 25. 28th straight loss in san^antonio. 95-88 the final. warriors 2-5 in january. >>> women's hoop. welcome to the show. stanford hosting ucla. in traffic, spinning. the junior at the 42nd career double-double. 25 points, 13 rebounds. cardinals hand the bruins their first loss in league play. >> the giants first full squad workout of string training is less than a month away. the four key players, including buster posey, will arrive in arizona in a very good mood. posey, hunter pence, blanco, and jose majares, they all avoided arbitration. all received one year deals. the national mvp getting $8
Jan 19, 2013 5:00am PST
warriors won in san^antonio, 1977. a second straight game with the ankle injury. first quarter tim duncan, the splitter and throwing down. warriors led by ten in the first quarter. they close the gap, hit the three at the buzzer. move to the third quarter. golden state up three. david lee, two-handed slurb. he had 22. jared jack starting in lays of curry once again. show right, go left. 20 points, 10 assists for jack. too much timmy time late. timmy duncan. the five-point lead and tony parker doing from tony parker does. he had a game high 25. 28th straight loss in san^antonio. warriors 2-5 in january. >>> women's hoop. welcome to the show. stanford hosting ucla. in traffic, spinning. the junior at the 42nd career double-double. cardinals hand the bruins their first loss in league play. >> the giants first full squad workout of string training is less than a month away. the four key players, including buster posey, will arrive in arizona in a very good mood. posey, hunter pence, blanco, and another avoided arbitration. all received one year deals. the national mvp getting $8 million for t
Jan 20, 2013 9:00am PST
didn't get your name actually. >> duncan. >> and i'm going to ask you a little question. what do you think is going to happen on the day today? >> i so a 49er victory, maybe 31-17. easy money. give up the points. victory niners. >> love it. feeling optimistic. if you want to come out today, there is a $5.00 cover charge for pedro's and pete's. you can get inside both. kickoff is at noon. if the niners win they will go to the super bowl. reporting live in san francisco, kira klapper, abc7 news >> i like your new best friend's, duncan's point spread there, 31-17. great prediction. >> great prediction. no pressure. >> not at all. thank you, kira. lisa is here with a look at the accuweather forecast. people will probably be indoors today but might want to take a break near halftime and run outside. >> and get some sun. we have a couple nice averages ahead before things start to change. so as you head outside now you see all the sunshine from mt. tam. it was coal with low 20s, i should say low 30s, upper 20s here. the breeze 15, 20 miles an hour at mt. tam. the inversion working down to t
Jan 17, 2013 2:00am PST
as an terrorist attack. we go cairo for the latest. duncan, what can you tell us about the hostage situation? >> reporter: hi. this morning some of the hostages have been speaking to an arabic news channel. they said enemy gunfire wounded some of his fellow hostages, the algierian army which is deep in the desert. another said they were being treated well by their captors but we have to consider the circumstances under which they are speaking. one of the militants also gave an interview and demanded that the algierian army pull out from the area before negotiations begin and also repeated that prisoners being held in the neighboring country of mali be released in return for those foreign workers being freed from the gas plant. this all started because of the french army which is now working in mali to rebel islamist rebels. leon panetta says the u.s. will take all necessary and proper steps to deal with the attack but already two people, two foreign nationals have bern killed. >>> thank you. more boeing 787 dream liners are grounded. the federal aviation administration has ordered
Jan 31, 2013 11:00am PST
duncan. the head of the stress ball division hanged himself. now it's come down to you and banks. this decision was not easy, jack. banks is joining my family. i understand, sir. but i'm not running a family, i'm running a business, so i'm going with you. congratulations, you're going to run this company.
Jan 19, 2013 6:30am PST
duncan hunter about the integration of helicopters and how better to integrate them. there's been a lot of discussion about that but do you feel we're ready this year and we are able to integrate those capabilities not only from a command control perspective but from a communications perspective for this fire season? anyone want to elaborate on that? >> can you hear me? okay, perfect. yes, we feel we're confident that we have, the bottom line is any aviator knows safety is paramount. we greatly respect navy, marine corps and guard safety policy. cal fire has an aviation policy as well. we work cooperatively with the agencies here at the table to ensure when we are engaged in an aerial fire fighting event we are working within each other's policies. we have trained in a work around, we can do close air support with navy and marine corps aircraft, with the current system we have. would we like to improve upon it? absolutely. we have gone very high up in the organization to try and look at getting the r210 radio modified to the point where it can work on our vhf spectrums, that's one of ou
Jan 11, 2013 1:30pm PST
across the table from secretary duncan. it's all been just a dream-like. i am really, really abit overwhelmed at times. and it's okay to take my picture off the website now, okay. but seriously, i want to -- please indulge me. i want to share some highlights from my bell award narrative. quote, why would you teach chinese to them? they can barely speak english, she said. with 12 words, a colleague, a fellow professional educator defined my professional path. when i recalled this dismissal in those two sentences, i am reminded of the thing that (inaudible) in the intervening years. however these 12 words are not only enough to express the challenges that my team and i have faced, but they stand for our triumphs as well. despite a skeptical and hostile environment, we survived. starting in the 80s with just 25 students started as the first chinese public school opened in san francisco in 1985. as i remember, i remember the quote, which would you teach chinese to them? i try to recall that and to what my colleague said has grown from a small pocket of multi-ethnic students to a stude
Jan 25, 2013 2:00pm EST
and steal. just come and take advantage of the sales. >>> firefighter chris duncan in convince, mississippi, had a helmet cam on during a daring rescue. you see him coming up on the scene of a house fire, and that thing looks fully involved. according to the firefighters, there was baby in the house when the house caught fire. the father threw the baby out the window to rescuers, but he was still inside. there was only one room in this house that was not on fire. there you can see them busting out the windows, black smoke billowing out and then they make their way into the house. now, they finally make their way into the room where the man is. it's very difficult to see, but this is where the firefighter sees the man, and gets him out of the window and hands him to the captain, but at that point, he said, he knew a flashover was going to occur and a flashover is when a room is so hot, everything just spontaneously combusts. once he gets the man out of the room, the flashover occurred, and then he got out of the window. >> you could barely see anything. to be able to rescue some
Jan 3, 2013 4:30am PST
and noise out there and i will never forget at the last session secretary duncan got up and said "this issue is really a very complex issue, and the only way it's going to get addressed is back in your community". well, i took that to heart because i realized that's what needed to be done, and that's why i came back to san mateo county and have gathered other like minded people and what we can do over the next two years and address this issue and put in place the measures that need to be done to make our environment safe because we know that bullying doesn't just happen in the schools. it happens all throughout our community. >> thank you. [applause] >> i get a lot of emails and press releases and it was interesting yesterday morning i went and saw the movie "bully" with the kids in san francisco and over the course of the rest of the day i got and maybe a few days before that at least three emails, press releases, with adults accusing each other of being a bully. in one case it was folks accusing a superintendent of being a bully for imposing budget cuts. another one it was a principa
Jan 17, 2013 1:30am PST
committed to change so that promises made are promises kept. and i assure you, as secretary duncan has said, that we significance vigorously ensure, we absolutely will take all your federal money because that is what we have the ability to do and no federal dollars on education should be spent in places that are come play e come play sent or don't step up, as the first lady says, to ensure that fundamental fairness. >> thank you to tom and ruslyn and thank you for reminding us why we are all here. thank you. (applause). >> thank you so much, tom, and ruslyn and lieutenant governor, we appreciate it. let's move right into the second panel, the effects of bullying on young people, we've already made that transition and their families. what should schools do. our next panel the focus on the effects of bullying on young people. our moderator is cheryl jennings, award-winning journalist and a pioneer in children's issues and women's rights. cheryl has won emmy awards on her work for caring on aging parents and a program aimed at teenager called straight talking teens. cheryl received an emmy nom
Jan 12, 2013 5:00pm PST
kate. nbc's duncan golistani that the critics don't like it. >> reporter: after a difficult start to her pregnancy, a sighting of the duchess is rare these days. but for kate and william, this was a special day, the unveiling of her first official portrait. kate as seen by the artist paul ensley. she said it was amazing, but the art critics have their knives out. >> is that the richter scale for truly earthquake awfulness? if so, this is very high on the richter scale for awfulness. it's an earthquake. a tsunami. shall we start with that? that's out of perspective, but then we could start with the nose which is very distorted and very large and she hasn't got a nose remotely like that. the eyes are wrong. i could go on. >> reporter: one newspaper calls the portrait a catastrophe with hamster cheeks while other says it's kate aged 51. at least visitors to the national portrait gallery are being kinder. >> she definitely looks older and a little more mature. >> reporter: is that the nice way of saying old? >> kind of, yeah. she still looks great. >> reporter: kate chose the artist h
Jan 25, 2013 1:00am EST
about this particular thing. the only place that puzzles me is when secretary duncan when reverend sharpton and i went around. i think we were going around on behalf of the children. public education can be publicly funded as long as it is open to everyone. it cannot have restrictions, so i want to find a way to get to schools. if you can tie the money to performance, and you can ensure there is rapid change in any building where the children are not being served well, i would be much more comfortable, and i am willing to go to 15 children per classroom. i think that point is exactly right. >> is the speaker right or wrong. >> it is dead wrong. i do not want to waste in a time we vouching -- rehashing the voucher argument. we killed that 20 years ago. the conservatives do not call it vouchers' anymore. they have sweeter terms. bikes are charter schools the answers -- >> our charters was the answer? >> there are a few that get attention because they are cleverly selective of today admit and some selective of who gets in them in the first place. charter schools, especially the ones t
Jan 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
wanted to come back that's great, duncan. and give me your two cents'-- where is he? huey said this guy's practically a monk. what the hell are you trying to prove? the only reason you're even looking at this guy is because you know you can't have him. he's a rock 'n' roll poet sex god. you'll toss him in a week. no, ing, this one's different. i can feel it. my man, that was good. kid, i haven't heard blue-eyed soul like that since jeff buckley's record. see what i'm sayin'? what did i tell you, roma? he's smokin', right? you did good, huey. i need eight hours, mom. if i don't get eight hours, my immune system crashes. record a demo, something more up-tempo. something i can get on the radio. let's go! let's go! work it out with huey. let's go! go! go! i hate that-- kids--always hogging your attention. hi. hi. birthday girl. oh! yeah, yeah, happy birthday. is this demo thing for real? she's about to sign you! i can feel it in my bones. rocket to the moon, baby! rocket to the moon! oh, my. are you really tommy gunn's daughter? seriously. can you hold my purse, please? yeah. thanks. we
Jan 25, 2013 5:30pm PST
season. young children and the elderly are most vulnerable. in duncan, oklahoma, this elementary school is closed until at least monday. more than 10% of the students are out sick. so staff is spending the day cleaning everything. >> one morning at school -- >> reporter: and while california had a slow start, it's now catching up. at this preschool near san diego, the staff is focusing on prevention by wiping down all the surfaces and teaching kids the best ways to stay well. >> this year, this season, this last two weeks, has been very, very overwhelming, almost. because of how many people are sick. >> it's almost a perfect storm for viruses. norovirus, influenza, and of course, the pesky common cold. a basic bottom line reminder, the simplest way to avoid getting sick, wash your hands. get your vaccine, but watch your hands. >> it's rough out there. >> it's rough out there, brian. and it's not even february. >>> thank you, as always. >>> our cameras overseas are back in a familiar spot tonight. tahrir square in cairo. that's because it's been two years now since we were there t
Jan 26, 2013 7:00pm PST
victims. speakers included education secretary orrin duncan and actress kathleen turner. about a hundred residents of newtown took part in the march. organizers say it was the mass shooting there that left 20 school children dead that prompted them to act. >>> not everyone agreed with the marchers. a small group of gun rights supporters staged a counter protest. they held signs dekraaiing proposed new gun control laws. one protester said, quote, without armed citizens, this country wouldn't exist. >>> police holding a gun buyback in seattle were surprised when someone turned in a surface to aramis ill launcher. police say the russian-made missile is not operable. it was among hundreds of guns turned in today. so many people showed up that police had to end it early when the supply of gift cards ran out. >>> in oakland, veteran police officer shot while on duty last night is expected to recover. police say the officer was responding to a car crash at the intersection of east 12th street and 48th avenue in the fruitvale district. when officers arrived on the scene, one of the drive
Jan 18, 2013 2:00am PST
americans are escaped but others are unaccounted for or still being held. duncan, good morning. what's the latest? >> reporter: good morning, marah. the latest we're hearing is a u.s. plane has landed deep in the sahara desert. we still have no confirmation of how many hostages escaped from yesterday's operation and how many were killed. certainly, we think six foreign workers were killed. we also are hearing from a local news agency that one of the militants is saying 35 of the hostages were killed. that's unconfirmed. the numbers keep on changing, reflecting how hard it is to get information out of that site, deep in the sahara desert. also, that the situation on the ground keeps on changing. it is ongoing. there are some reports that the militants are still holding on to some of their hostages. the algerian government say they had to act in the way they did yesterday because the islamic militants were threatening to move the hostages. certainly the government didn't consult any of the foreign governments around the world who are concerned about their citizens. the only foreign involveme
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